R.R. Habarc - Nem Itt, Nem Most
R.R. Habarc is based in Budapest, Hungary and created this audio score for Gyula Valkó and Ákos Bánki's live mud painting project. Nem Itt, Nem Most (Not Here, Not now) contains only electronically made sounds and uses only one stereo channel. Pulsing electronics and subsonic surreal drones are the focus of this work.
Source R.R. HabarcRun time 62 MinutesLabel / Recorded by R.R. Habarc
January 14, 2006
simple surreal and somewhat dark, i like it.
November 11, 2005
Pretty weird shit this. Still, the sounds manage to entice. I especially like the long deep droning parts of it (parts 1,9,10), but I'm a sucker for dark drones. The little harsh electronic outbursts or static explosions are there for the diversity ;) These sounds can be heard in parts 2,3,4,5,6,7,8 which are shorter than the droning parts. In a couple of the tracks (particulary track 1) the drone turns to almost complete silence for a few seconds, which really gets an anticipation going. Track 9 is pretty cool ambient like really. Overall, if you like it dark, droning and at times pretty weird, this will do nicely.